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Water, sanitation and hygiene
10 March 2019
Cholera Awareness Mini Series
Cholera is on the rise with an estimated 1.4 billion people at risk in endemic countries. Watch the Mini Series to learn on how you can prevent Cholera.
16 August 2018
Water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH)
UNICEF’s water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) team works in over 100 countries to improve water and sanitation services, as well as basic hygiene practices.
26 September 2023
2022 was a year of bouncing back.
Our key priorities are to ensure our Programme and Operations are transformative and fit for purpose for Zimbabwe’s children and women.
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UNICEF Zimbabwe Annual Report 2022
(PDF, 2 MB)
11 August 2023
UNICEF Zimbabwe Data Repository
One stop solution to all data related to children and women in Zimbabwe
10 August 2023
I felt compelled to share this article to raise awareness...
The sentiments of Desire Nyagura (18), an active U-Reporter from Epworth
25 July 2023
Two pagers: Programme Documents
UNICEF’s programme documents present cases for investment in different programme areas. Each investment case consists of a presentation of the issue.
20 June 2023
It’s ours to protect.
“It’s ours to protect.” Elated by an EU-funded piped water scheme that is changing lives, the community maintains and secures the newly constructed scheme
07 June 2023
Water, menstrual hygiene infrastructure attract girls
Rural Zim school attracts previously disadvantaged female learners as World Bank funded WASH infrastructure turns cyclone-hit school into community model
28 February 2023
Taking charge: Pupils propel mural visibility in Zimbabwe
In Zimbabwe's waterborne diseases, homegrown murals are reminding school children and communities about hygiene importance
01 February 2023
Information Mobile trucks ignite interest in communities
Mobile trucks ignite interest in information-starved communities where waterborne diseases are a threat.
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